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Steering clear of dangerous Olympic spam

With the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, Canada now completed and the Games officially underway, security firm MessageLabs Intelligence has released information about the astounding number of cyber criminals attempting to spread malware in the name of the much-loved event, some with the intent to launch attacks on unsuspecting web […]

Malware makers get into Olympic spirit

MessageLabs Intelligence has identified a few Olympic-themed malware being distributed via email. One of the cases included: “Information and resources to help you travel during the Vancouver 2010 Winter Games. TravelSmart 2010.htm” in the subject line of an email. Another one says, “How to make Olympics more interesting?”. The company advices the public to be […]

LCN.com adds MailGuard email security

Web hosting company LCN.com is adding a new email security feature to all of its hosting packages. MailGuard significantly reduces spam by eliminating potential viruses from arriving to customer inboxes. It also quarantines questionable emails for a period of 30 days. According to some estimates, 97 percent of all email traffic is spam.

3FN protests FTC shutdown

Web host 3FN is countering the FTC’s claims of hosting and actively participating in the distribution of botnets, spam, and child pornography. The spokesperson of 3FN said that it may have been targeted by FTC due to associations with the Ukraine’s reputation of hosting malicious files and online crime.

8 companies lose business privileges at HostingDiscussion.com

We’ve all heard of social marketing and the benefits it yields. Regrettably, it is just as easy to abuse this strategic know-how and fault your company’s reputation forever. Such was the destiny of at least 8 web hosting firms that were censored and banned on HostingDiscussion.com forum in November 2008.

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